Plan the perfect kitchen.

In any kitchen, making the best use of space is a big challenge.

It’s not just about how a kitchen looks. The key to great kitchen design is how it is laid out, how it functions and, crucially, how it flows with the operations and the menus of the chefs that use it.

At True, we ensure that every product which carries our name will inspire confidence in the kitchen, by providing the best possible environment in which to preserve and prepare food.

Plan your design, for the perfect kitchen layout.

When it comes to designing the perfect kitchen, you need confidence in the equipment you are specifying. Not only does it need to look good, it needs to be reliable, dependable and fit the space you have, without compromise.

Our range of refrigeration solutions can help you optimise the layout of the kitchen you’re designing for a more efficient service, enabling you to create a preparation and service area that matches the flow of the kitchen, the business and the menu. From storage and preparation units to service and display, we have products to suit whatever space or function your kitchen needs.

Flexible configurations to suit any space.

Available in a wide range of sizes, our products can be configured with specific shelving and adaptable food pan layouts and accessories. Many are easily-adaptable to fit seamlessly within larger fabrication projects, for a bespoke finish.

Have confidence that True’s refrigeration systems can be integrated seamlessly into your perfect kitchen design. Contact us now for access to our CAD product library.

 

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